The CEO of Aéroports de Montréal (ADM), Philippe Rainville, is threatening layoffs during a period of record airport revenues unless airport workers accept a pay cut of up to 31 percent.
The PSAC-Nunavut Employees Union (NEU) bargaining team will resume talks with the Government of Nunavut the week of February 18 in Rankin Inlet.
Yesterday, workers at the Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) presented their cost-saving proposals to management as part of an effort to stave off the unnecessary and greed-driven layoffs of 93 unionized employees — to be replaced with precarious contractors.
PSAC will be resuming face-to-face bargaining sessions from February 12 to14 on behalf of the 90,000 federal public service workers covered by Treasury Board bargaining.
Three years after the launch of the Phoenix Pay System, thousands of PSAC members continue to be plagued by pay problems: they are underpaid, overpaid or not paid at all.
Black History Month is a time where we can reflect, honour and celebrate the many contributions made by Black Canadians and all people of Caribbean and African heritage.
PSAC will be ramping up pressure on Treasury Board so that it returns to the bargaining table with a proper and full response to the members’ bargaining proposals.
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